This will be about already having nfsen/nfdump configured, and are looking to just make a flow profile to graph IPv6 traffic from your routers. If you are looking to get nfsen iniitially configured, definitely follow their instructions on their site.
Say you have an sFlow capable router like…picking one totally not at random…..a Brocade XMR or MLX(e), and you want some basic flow data, especially IPv6. Depending on how many routers you are going to collect flow data from, will determine how beefy of a machine you will need. I know that at $lastjob, it was a hefty CPU (and definitely more than 1), tons of RAM, and hardware RAID. Right now, I’m using dual quad-core Xeon, tons of RAM and a small hardware RAID, but this machine serves many purposes. Right now I’m also only polling 4 MLX routers.
Go ahead and access your nfsen website, and on the Profiles pulldown, select “New Profile …”. In the creation dialog, give the profile whatever title you like; I went with the generic title of “IPv6”. If you want to add it to a group or make one for it, do as you please. I left that alone so I’d have it as a readily available profile to view. Select all the sources, or at least the ones you KNOW have IPv6 configured on as well as possible traffic (hosts, peers, transits, etc.). In the filter option, simply put: inet6
Save the profile, wait a while for data to get newly collected, and your graphs should start populating with delicious IPv6 flow information.